Katandra pulled off a memorable Clyde Young Shield victory against Central Park-St Brendan’s on Saturday.
The Eagles restricted the Tigers to 9-204 after 45 overs, with Xavier Chalkley (77) and Jhett Cooper (48 not out) leading the charge.
Katandra’s Nathan Hickey had an outstanding game, picking up four wickets and went on to top score with 55 in the Eagles’ score of 5-208.
Hickey and fellow opener Robert Trewin (50) put on 118 for the first wicket to set the game up, while Chris Linehan (4-20) was terrific with the ball for the Tigers.
●Undera secured a comfortable win against Old Students, winning by six wickets with 18 overs to spare.
The Students were bundled out for 111 as Dean Johnson and Matt Harris made 29 each and Steven Valentin (4-32) and Elliot Bailey (3-13) dominated with the ball for the Lions.
Undera got to 4-114 as Stacey Kidd top scored with 33.
●Karramomus scored a convincing seven-wicket victory against Mooroopna, with Chris Crouch leading the way with a brilliant 73.
The Cats got to 8-188 as Hayden Smith (51) and Paul McDonald (53) battled hard, while Satwinder Singh (3-28) produced a dominant display with the ball.
Crouch had good support from Nathan Jones as the Bloods finished on 3-189 in the 39th over.
●Tatura lost its first game of the season, with Kyabram winning by three wickets with five overs in hand.
Nicholas Chambers was the destroyer for the Redbacks, taking incredible figures of 6-12 and Kanwal Singh (3-21) helped end Tatura’s innings at 150.
Peter Watt (41) and Caiden Pratt (31) led the way for Tatura. Kyabram lost consistent wickets, but still got to 7-157 thanks to bright knocks from Patrick Parsons (42) and Jack Young (31), while Louis Worm picked up three scalps for Tatura.
●Euroa blasted its way to 8-284 against Shepparton United, with Linton Colclough (80) and Lucas Paul (44) in dominant touch.
United’s Michael Tate and Ethan Warburton grabbed three wickets.
United fought hard thanks to 87 from captain Steven Tate, but fell short on 171.
●Northerners smashed Numurkah after bowling the Blues out for 80 in just 28 overs.
Brock Austin (4-8) and Brett Sheriff (3-11) were the destroyers for the Jets, with Wayne Jackson (31) top scoring for Numurkah.
Northerners finished on 3-82 after 17 overs, with opener Ron Currie not out at the end on 19.